From: Mahesh T. Pai (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Apr 05 2004 - 00:36:07 EDT
Dan Smith said on Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 03:04:22PM -0500,:
> 1) The documentation we've found for Unicode support in Windows seems vague on
> how Unicode is implemented. A good deal of it seems to imply that a character
> is always represented by exactly two bytes, no more, no less, under all
> conditions. And the specific term UTF-16 doesn't seem to be employed. Precisely
> what Unicode encoding is employed by Windows (specifically Win2K, Windows
> Server 2003, and WinXP)? Is it, in fact, UTF-16, including the use of surrogate
> pairs? Or is it something older, or a subset, or some Microsoft variation,
> restricted to 65,536 characters?
Should'nt this be asked on one of Microsoft's forums??
I am interested in the answers, though.
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